Teardown Numbers Attract New Entrants

Credit: British Airways
SINGAPORE —Aviation Week forecasts that more than 9,900 aircraft will retire over the next decade as airlines take delivery of new types. This is attracting new entrants into the disassembly market who are chasing the opportunities. Karl Trowbridge, AeroTurbine’s senior vice president and managing...

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